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'''Enterprise Conformance and Compliance Framework'''
 
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The major goal of the Enterprise Conformance and Compliance Framework (ECCF) is enabling  Working Interoperability between different users, organizations, and systems.
 
The major goal of the Enterprise Conformance and Compliance Framework (ECCF) is enabling  Working Interoperability between different users, organizations, and systems.
The ECCF is manifest in a structure called the ECCF specification stack (SS). This structure  identifies, defines, organizes, and relates a set of artifacts that collectively specify the relevant  semantics of a software component specification or other system-of- interest.  
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The ECCF is manifest in a structure called the ECCF [[Specification stack-SAIF | Specification stack]](SS). This structure  identifies, defines, organizes, and relates a set of artifacts that collectively specify the relevant  semantics of a software component specification or other system-of- interest.  
In summary, the ECCF SS provides an organizational framework in which inter-related artifacts are  sorted by content – for example, business rules, information constructors, behavioral contracts, and  level-of-abstraction.
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In summary, the ECCF [[Specification stack-SAIF | Specification stack]] provides an organizational framework in which inter-related artifacts are  sorted by content – for example, business rules, information constructors, behavioral contracts, and  level-of-abstraction.
 
 
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[[User:ajulian | Tony Julian]]
 
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Enterprise Conformance and Compliance Framework

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The major goal of the Enterprise Conformance and Compliance Framework (ECCF) is enabling Working Interoperability between different users, organizations, and systems. The ECCF is manifest in a structure called the ECCF Specification stack(SS). This structure identifies, defines, organizes, and relates a set of artifacts that collectively specify the relevant semantics of a software component specification or other system-of- interest. In summary, the ECCF Specification stack provides an organizational framework in which inter-related artifacts are sorted by content – for example, business rules, information constructors, behavioral contracts, and level-of-abstraction. Tony Julian